Vallarta Sport, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. Mexico

Yoga
strengthMuscle strength and power that takes place in Yoga, that is, helps you develop both brute force compared with other physical activities or sports. fuerza
EnduranceCardiovascular endurance constantly providing Yoga practice, that is, how much help you cope ejercitándote long compared to other sports or physical activities. resistencia
FlexibilityElastic capacity is achieved by practicing Yoga,bought with other sports or physical activities, in other words, how you manage to bend or stretch without doing harm you flexibilidad
SpeedThe speed of moving the body or a part thereof from one place to another that is developed by practicing Yoga compared to other sports or physical activities velocidad
AgilityAbility to move the body as desired quickly and accurately obtained by practicing Yoga, constantly compared to other physical activities or sports. agilidad
ReflexesAutomatic responsiveness to stimuli is achieved spontaneous Yoga, practice compared to other sport or physical activity. reflejos
CoordinationHow much is developed to synchronize or harmonize body movements based on other people, rhythms or sequences while playing Yoga en comparación con las otras actividades físicas o deportes coordinación
AccuracyHow much will dominate specific body movements to achieve the same result to practice Yoga, compared to other sports or physical activities. precisión
BalanceBoth are able to control the body's muscles to prevent the imbalance by making Yoga unlike other sports or physical activities. equilibrio
ConcentrationThe ability to focus mind and senses intention to achieve a specific goal that is acquired by practicing Yoga, compared to other sports or physical activities. cuerpo-mente
ToningStylization of the body and muscle derarrollo pruduct of optimal levels of body fat that comes from Yoga, compared to other sports. tonificación
Calorie BurningThat many calories are burned while practicing Yoga, when compared to other sports or physical activities. quema calórica

  • Light clothes
  • Yoga mat
ESPAÑOL

Yoga

Harmonize your being

Yoga (Sanskrit "yug" = union) is a discipline that originated in India and has over 2000 years old, consists of a group of exercises used for preparing the body for meditation and to facilitate concentration during meditation. These exercises involve stretching, breathing and deep relaxation and progressive which unite the mind, body and spirit in order to reach a state where the mind is clear, the soul invites introspection and body to be pure and strong.

Yoga is usually mixed with a good diet, fresh air, exercise and a good stress management, creating the right environment for the person to be healthy. Among its benefits is the body's balance, harmony, relaxation, peace, health, spirituality, flexibility, body control, these depend on the type of yoga that it is practiced and the perception of the person practicing it.


The traditional physical and spiritual disciplines of Yoga originated in India, although it is unknown for sure at what date and by whom. In 1931 the British archaeologist Sir John Marshall discovered in one of his excavations a stamp with figures, among its hypothesis there is one that stands before the others, where the god Shiva is practicing a yoga posture, so it appears that yoga would have at least about 35 centuries of old. However, the Hinduists claim that yoga is eternal and has always existed.


"Controlling the mind is the highest principle for yoga. It's like taking control of an disobedient horse who must obey its rider"- Bhagavata Purana.

  • Practice with an empty stomach, at least 4 hours after meals. If you must eat before, better take a fruit juice.
  • Clothing should offer freedom of movement.
  • Practice barefoot, since yoga also exercises the muscles of the feet.
  • Do not force yourself, your body will tell how far can go.
  • Exercises should be practiced in a slow way always controlling the breath.
  • A vegetarian diet is recommended, although that depends on who practices it.

  • Kirtan
    • It originated in India and is part of an ancient form of yoga known as Bhakti or Yoga of Devotion. "It is said that there is no difference between the name and what is being called, and as the words leave our lips in song, infinity is called, invited, to manifest in our hearts." Jai Uttal In kirtan mantras are chanted in Sanskrit language to achieve a state of consciousness in which the rational mind no longer come into play and may reach the state that produces meditation. With the help of the community, the practitioner can reach a state of peace and stillness of mind, unblock energy centers and encourage the free flow of energy in the body. The word Kirtan means "repeat" and refers to the form presented as an question and answer: The musician or guide chant the mantra and others repeated. The song starts slow but gradually accelerates to become lively and sometimes even ecstatic.
  • Yin Yoga
    • The goal is work at a deep level the body, anatomically speaking. The yin yoga works bone structure to accommodate, readjust and align bones through relaxation and use of the body's natural gravity reaching a bone opening in each position. In this practice the movement at muscular level is null. It can be challenging due to the long duration of the poses.
  • Gentile Yoga
    • It is a type of therapeutic yoga is handled slow and easy, is based on self-awareness and awareness of breathing through gentle movements to balance body, mind and spirit. Recommended for beginners, seniors or anyone who enjoys practicing yoga at a slow and soft.
  • Chakra Vinyasa Yoga
    • Consists of bringing awareness and get the balance of the chakras that affect the integrity of the reproductive, digestive, respiratory, circulatory, metabolic, endocrine and nervous. Each Chakra released is a bridge to another, creating a connection through the chakra system to support the body.
  • Ashtanga Vinyasa
    • This yoga attempts to incorporate the traditional eight limbs of yoga (known as ashtanga yoga): Yama (prohibitions), Niyama (precepts), asana (postures), pranayama ('breath control'; prana: mystical energy in the air breathed, and yama, control), Pratyahara, prati: little; ahara 'eat involves the withdrawal of the senses from external objects), Dharana (' support ', dhara,' argue ', means the concentration of the mind a thought), Dhyana ("meditation"), Samadhi ('full absorption').
  • Chakra Flow Yoga
    • Chakras are centers sosprendentes a power system in and around the body. In this Yoga will work primarily the 7 centers, their associated parts, emotions and their connection to the elements, eliminating the problems and afflictions due to the imbalance of energy in the body.
      The positions focus on balance, align and open the chakras releasing blocked energy that prevents you from flowing.
  • Hatha
    • It is a system of physical postures aimed at achieving the body is suitable for meditation. The asanas generate physical and mental serenity, so that the devout yogi can sit for hours in a meditation posture without straining or concerns, as the "sun salutation" (Suri namaskar), hatha yoga currently emphasizes relaxation.
  • Power Yoga
    • Power Yoga is a Western interpretation of Ashtanga Yoga which the positions provide a rigorous body workout to increase strength, endurance, flexibility and ability to concentrate, without neglecting the focus to unite the body, mind and spirit .
  • Bhakti
    • One branch of Yoga that represents the path of love and complete devotion to God or Divine Being. God is present in every person or being sensitive.
      Although this practice is Hindu, can be performed by members of other religions.
      Bhakti Yoga is not focused on breathing and asanas (postures), but in cult devotion and service through Kirtan (chanting).
  • Vinyasa
    • Vinyasa Yoga is a yoga style inspired in the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa system, in which are practiced a series of postures and movements that are led by breathing exercises. The practitioner of Vinyasa Yoga continues to breathing and moves through various positions handling balance, flexibility and strength. Increases energy, decreases stress levels and promotes relaxation of the practitioner.
  • Tantra
    • Tantra yoga focuses on awakening and harmonize the male and female aspects of each person to awaken spiritually through breathing exercises, meditation, visualization and repetition of mantras.
      The practitioner overcomes intolerance, ignorance, selfishness and attachment to their animal nature while inside is filled with peace, harmony and order.
  • Asthanga
    • Ashtanga Yoga means "The Eight Limbs of Yoga" which incorporates the traditional eight precepts based on the Sutras, ancient yoga foundational texts written by Patanjali (third century BC.). Ashtanga is composed of rapid and intense movements, proving to be one of most demanding the physical forms of yoga. The positions are sequence of asanas (postures) synchronized with breathing and performed fast and intense movements always effected in the same order. It is one of the physical most demanding forms of yoga resulting in a continuous movement which enhances physical and mental endurance, strength and flexibility.
  • Acroyoga
    • Acroyoga is a relatively new type of yoga in which are mixed Yoga positions (asanas) with acrobatics fluidly which is a couple practice (regardless of gender). The person who stays on the ground need to have strength, security and solidity, while the person above must have flexibility and previous yoga practice. Positions and acrobatic movements vary in difficulty from simple and fun to challenging and exuberant. Being in "the moment" and in balance with another person is the essence of Acroyoga.
  • Kundalini
    • The postures are simple and accompanied by a dynamic breathing, known as Breath of Fire. Physically demanding and requires little practice creates peace of mind and vitality, kundalini yoga emphasizes slow movement, mental focus on movement, deep breathing during practice, the total immobility in the position held, relaxation during and after each year. It's the kind of yoga that seeks to liberate the creative energies located within every human being.

EVENTS

GALLERIES
International Day for Physical Activation 2012
International Day for Physical Activation 2012
On the occasion of International Day of Physical Activation, the City of Puerto Vallarta through COMUFODAJ and CEDE... [+]
28 de marzo de 2012

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WHERE TO LEARN
Penta Alpha (Olinka Villanueva)
Reiki, massages and Yoga private lessons
Paraíso Yoga
Lessons of Yoga, Tai Chi and Yoga for Kids.
Tel: 322 152 4296 / 291 3625
Total Gym
Group Classes & Gym
Tel: 225 2041
Shanti Studio
School of Dance and Fitness group classes since 2006
Tel: 224 8170
Yoga Vallarta & Pilates Studio PV
#1 Yoga Studio on Trip Advisor
Tel: 322 116 5809
Instituto Bernard Jensen
Yoga lessons
Tel: 222 9690
Sport & Racquet Club "El Tigre"
Sport Club
Tel: 226 8195
The Fit Club
Gym & Lessons
Tel: 297 0197 / 223 0063
Yoga en Forma
School of Yoga, therapy and Ayurveda.
Tel: 224 8426
Yoga en Forma Vallarta
School of Yoga, therapy and Ayurveda.
Tel: 322 127 7919
Korima Yoga Studio
Yoga Studio
Tel: 224 7302
Total Fitness Gym
Group Classes & Gym, women only
Tel: 221 0770
Dendê Estudio
Martial arts and Dance studio
Tel: 225 96 20 / 322 104 8424
Euro Gym by Ulama
Squash club & Fitness Gym
Tel: 225 1310
Cinto Negro
Martial Arts School
Tel: 225 9287
Terra Noble
Spa and Healing Center
Tel: 223 0308 / 223 3531
Nacer Estudio
Pilates and Yoga Classes. Certified teachers
Tel: 322 221 2716
Centro Multicultural Inkarri
Yoga lessons
Tel: 225 0232
Mágika Estudio
Pilates Reformer with devices
Tel: 221 1874 / 322 182 3784 / 322 111 1812
Árbol del Yoga
Multicultural Center Yoga
Tel: 322 101 9007
Lady's Gym
Gym only for Women
Golds Gym
Group Classes & Gym
Tel: 225 6671
Lakshmi Yoga Studio
Yoga Studio
Tel: 298 2160
Estudio Pilates & Yoga
Pilates and Yoga Studio
Tel: 322 141 4339
Gym TNT
Group Classes & Gym
Tel: 293 1229 / 322 303 8860
Shala Ananda Yoga
Yoga Studio, Vinyasa, Hatha, Gentle Stretch, Flow, Meditation
Tel: 044 322 152 2213
BBCC
Yoga lessons
Tel: 298 3527
Grupo Zen Puerto Vallarta
Yoga and Meditation
Tel: 322 131 4680 / 322 121 0798
Centro Cultural Cuale
Cultural Center
Tel: 223 0095
Biblioteca Los Mangos
Public Library
Tel: 224 9966
Gymel
Gym and Olympic Gymnastics
Tel: 224 7051
Árbol del Yoga
Yoga School
Tel: 225 6896
PV Yoga & Pilates
Pilates and Yoga lessons
Tel: 322 149 9721
Vallarta Fitness
Group Classes & Gym
Tel: 209 1100
DavannaYoga
Yoga School
Tel: 223 0530
El Dorado
Yoga classes on the beach, voluntary contribution.
Tel: 222 4124
Bamboo Pilates & Yoga Studio
Private Lessons
Tel: 322 150 5338
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WHO TEACHES
Adriana Robin
Yoga Instructor
Tel: 322 141 9846
Jesús Fragoso Jaime
Tai Chi and Yoga Instructor
Tel: 322 142 4146
María Abad E-RYT
Yoga Instructor
Tel: 294 1849
Salvador Amezcua
Yoga Instructor
Tel: 322 168 4245
Aline F. Carrillo
Dharma Mittra Yoga Instructor
Tel: 322 135 6865
Erika Carlin, RYT
Yoga instructor, group or individual
Tel: 322-103-5573
Mary Bolton
Yoga Instructor
Tel: 322 108 7182
Narayani
International Yoga Teacher
Tel: 322 152 4296
Fernando Chozas S.
Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga Instructor. 15 years experience, all levels
Tel: Cel. 322 135 91 52
Gabriela Gómez Tagle Méndez
Spinning and Yoga Instructor
Ángel Betanzo
Hatha yoga, yoga therapy and yoga dynamic Instructor.
Tel: 322 139 0424
Dolores Rosario Noriega
Yoga & Pilates Instructor
Tel: 322 111 4752
Argelia García
Yoga Instructor
Tel: 322 131 4680
Brett Maddox
Certified yoga instructor by MTT 500 Hatha asana meditation
Tel: 044 322 111 7241
Muriel Tappan
Yoga private lessons
Tel: 233 122 1854
Jessica De Hita
Yoga Instructor for weight loss & self esteem
Tel: 322 131 9761
Ruben García Gaytan
Yoga and Karate Instructor
Tel: 322 157 5608
Diana Nichols
Vinyasa, Prenatal, Children's Yoga, Restorative
Tel: 044 322 152 2213
Tere López
Pilates and Yoga Classes. Certified teacher
Tel: 322 221 2716
Víctor Rodríguez
Yoga private lessons
Tel: 322 127 7919
Si impartes este deporte o conoces de alguien que lo haga, no dudes en decírnoslo.
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WHERE TO PRACTICE
Mangos Beach Club
Beach Club with sport activities.
Tel: 322 131 7186 / 222 0796
Playa del Holly
Extensive beach at the mouth of Pitillal River.
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ORGANIZATIONS
Vikara Wellness
Yoga and Nutrition comunity center
julia@vikarawellness.com
vikarawellness.com/
Tel: 044 322 105 0981
Conoces alguna organización relacionada con este deporte o perteneces a una, comunícate con nosotros.
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DÓNDE COMPRAR
Química Cool
Accesorios y Productos de Limpieza
Cleaning products
Tel: 322 888 1242
Tiendas Lans
Accesorios / Ropa / Calzado Deportivos
Sports Accesories
Tel: 226 9100
Woolworth
Accesorios / Ropa / Calzado Deportivos
Accessories and sportswear.
Tel: 222 0001 / 223 1568
Lasser Sport
Accesorios / Ropa / Calzado Deportivos
Sports Accesories
Tel: 222 4870
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